Blogging in the spotlight on election day

Cynthia Webb at washingtonpost.com reports “In the thick of a historic and obsessively watched Election Day, bloggers shook up the mainstream media by providing an early look at election exit polls, proving once and for all their influence not only in the coverage of politics but perhaps in the electoral process itself.” (registration required) Meantime, […]

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Media Future: Join the dialog

The away teams are still hard at work. Here’s a summary, from our perspective, of what happened last month in Newport Beach. It boils down to this: Technology is driving or enabling profound changes in how individuals access, assess and respond to information. These changes, and emerging technologies that will propel them further, are visible […]

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Next: Webcast, Simultaneous Media, Join In

In a few moments we’ll be conducting a a webcast to review what we learned in Newport Beach, the SIMM simultaneous media consumption study we released to the public this morning, and where we’re going with all this. Comments and additional discussion are always welcome. The most important outcome of MediaMorphosis was the initiation of […]

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Missing the (small) boat

(the following post was given to me by Chris Waddle, VP/News of The Anniston Star and President of The Ayers Family Institute for Community Journalism. He can be reached at chris_36207 at hotmail.com Good as this conference is, Mediamorphosis neglects the beauty of community journalism. Heartland media – print and broadcast – present a ready […]

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Audio from Fred Friendly session

Two hours of audio from the first discussion session of MediaMorphosis “Disruption and Disorientation” – Presented by Fred Friendly Seminars is now available in four streaming flash files (Flash 5 required). http://www.mediacenter.org/content/3572.cfm

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Huh?

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Aha!

If you reach a moment of clarity or brilliance during the retreat, send your thoughts so we can collect and post them. Send by email to: aha@mediacenter.org You can also send your posts via a text message from your mobile phone to 703.585.8806, via AIM to screen name “chadrem” or simply click here

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